Emerald Alpine

  • honey
  • magnolia
  • plum

Caffeine
Antioxidant

$8.00$160.00

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Pairing Suggestions

pork

Slow-cook pork with apples and pears, and marvel at how well it pairs with Emerald Alpine.

madeleine

Honey and magnolia find a natural partner in a buttery madeleine (or three).

azuki bean

Sugar-laden desserts risk overpowering this refined oolong. Azuki bean, a staple of East Asian cuisines, is a much better choice.

Craft
Elevation
1800M/5900FT
Oxidation
30%
Roast
None
Varietal
Qingxin Oolong 青心烏龍
Origin

"Pear Mountain" is a colorful and invigorating place for the senses. All four seasons offer new tastes and experiences for the senses. In Spring, the area becomes a sea of flowers, only to give rise to orchards of bountiful fruit trees in the summertime. Fall brings the mountain ablaze with maple leaves turning red, followed by the final turn into a winter accented by dustings of white snow.

Preparation
3 g / .6 tbs
150 ml / 5 fl oz, 100℃ / 212℉
1 - 2 min
Enjoy!

Cultivated in Lishan Mountain

"Pear Mountain" is a colorful and invigorating place for the senses. All four seasons offer new tastes and experiences for the senses. In Spring, the area becomes a sea of flowers, only to give rise to orchards of bountiful fruit trees in the summertime. Fall brings the mountain ablaze with maple leaves turning red, followed by the final turn into a winter accented by dustings of white snow.

huang yuan-cheng - Tea Maker

Sometimes home is best. Mr. Huang grew up on his family’s fruit plantation in Lishan, but left to study engineering in the city. It was only after marrying his wife Yu-shu that he decided to move back to Lishan to start a family so their children could grow up with nature's beauty firsthand. Mr. Huang has since transformed his father’s produce farms into tea fields, and hopes his children might take over someday.

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